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    More than 400 pieces of jewelry and antiques from ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff and his wife, Ruth, will be sold during a live and online auction in New York City on November 13, 2010, by the United States Marshals Service. (The auction will include these size 8 and a half velveteen slippers monogrammed with the initials BLM.)
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  • Bernie Madoff's Life of Luxury

    Eighteen pairs of tasseled loafers, in every shade and style of leather.
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    The yew wood, nine drawer desk that authorities believe Madoff used to run his multi-billion dollar scam from his penthouse Manhattan apartment will be sold to the highest bidder.
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    Up for sale is the Steinway grand piano that graced Madoff's well-decorated and sprawling penthouse.
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    A diamond engagement ring consisting of one emerald cut diamond weighing 10.54 carats will also be part of the auction.
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    A brass bull sculpture, Madoff's favorite trademark, is sure to be a coveted item for sale.
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  • Madoff Auction Items

    Jewelry belonging to Bernie Madoff were auctioned by US Marshals in November 2009. These pre-Victorian era diamond dangle earrings include oval and pear-cut diamonds of between 0.90 and 1.58 carats. Estimate: $14,300 -- $21,400
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  • Madoff Auction Items

    This Hofstra College school ring features an oval-faceted synthetic blue spinel top stone. Bernard Madoff graduated Hofstra College in 1960. Estimate: $240 -- $360
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  • Madoff Auction Items

    More than a dozen Rolex watches once owned by Madoff will hit the auction block on Saturday, including this "Monoblocco" chronograph wristwatch -- also known as the "Prisoner Watch" – the most expensive Madoff Rolex up for auction. Estimate: $75,000 -- $87,500
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  • Madoff Auction Items

    A ladies' Bill Blass brown mink coat. Estimate: $450 -- $680.
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    Three yachts belonging to Madoff were also auctioned in November 2009. It might not be a Park Avenue apartment, but the cabin of thie Rybovich Sportfish is at least spacious and gives you plenty of room to spread out between fishing expeditions.
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    Sticking with the aggressive, optimistic Wall Street bull theme, next up is the Sitting Bull. This was Madoff's 38-foot, 2003 Shelter Island Runabout.
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    The Down-East-style yacht provides the look and feel of a classic lobster yacht, but with a sleeker and lower-slung profile and far greater overall performance.
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    And to travel to your yacht or yachts in style, consider Madoff's Mercedes Benz CLK 320 convertible.
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